How to Make an Effective Correction | Ep: #172

How to make an effective correction with your dog? One of the biggest issues we see with new or inexperienced handlers is the inability of them to make an effective correction on their dog when they need it. An effective correction gets a change, and to get it, you need to have good timing, the right amount of pressure, and the right tools. This is one of the things we teach at our DogBone Handlers Workshops, which this episode is from! 

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